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Faloodeh Recipe

Posted on 2010-08-07
Faloodeh
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Faloodeh or Faloodeh Shirazi is a traditional Persian cold dessert and it's very popular in the summer. Faloodeh is a delicious combination of rice noodles, iced rose water and sugar, then finished with a touch of lemon juice. Some people serve it with Saffron Ice Cream on the side, which is a perfect combination.

Yield: Serves 3-4

Ingredients
  • 1 cup water (for syrup)
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 50-60 g dried thin rice sticks (you can find it in the Chinese food section. Chinese noodles and rice sticks are different, don't use Chinese noodles!)
  • 5-6 tablespoons rosewater (you can find it at any Iranian store)
  • fresh lemon juice
Preparation

Combine sugar and water in a small pot. Simmer over medium-high heat until sugar is dissolved, about 3-5 minutes. Remove from the heat, add rose water and stir. Set syrup aside and once it is cooled down place it in the freezer until frozen, about 4-5 hours.

Faloodeh

Place dried rice sticks in a pot of boiling water and cook on high heat until soft, about 8-10 minutes. Drain and rinse under cold running water until cool. Drain again and cut noodles into two-inch pieces, using scissors.

Faloodeh
Faloodeh

Then use a fork to mixed up the frozen syrup, add noodles and stir just before serving. Place into individual dessert dishes (martini glass or small bowl) and add lemon juice. Serve immediately.

Note: Store them separately; syrup (covered) in the freezer and noodles in the refrigerator.


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Comments

Posted by Shirin on 2010-08-07
Hi Shabnam joon, thanks for the new recepie, I have a question though. where can I get rice stick?

Posted by Tabasom on 2012-05-12
Thank you so much. I did faloodeh and ferinee and both came wonderful . Thanks again

Posted by Cooking and Cooking on 2012-05-12
Dear Tabasom, I'm glad you liked them :)

Posted by meg on 2012-05-18
Hi there, This does not tell me how much noodle and syrup I need to mix for each serving? Please let me know. Don\'t know how much syrup to add to how much noodle. Thank u

Posted by Cooking and Cooking on 2012-05-18
Dear Meg, just mix all the noodles and the frozen syrup and divide into 4-5 serving dishes.

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